Here’s what is on tap for Wednesday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
Traces of highly enriched uranium (search) that could possibly be used in nuclear weapons productions have been found in Iran. Is this a threat to the war on terror? We'll ask retired U.S. Army Lt. Col. Gordon Cucullu.
Does the Mideast roadmap for peace still have hope, despite the recent wave of violence? Max Abrams thinks so and will explain. He's a research fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy (search).
Could immigration issues throw a curve ball in the California governor's race? FNC political analyst Linda Chavez will offer her insight into the matter. She's the president of the Center for Equal Opportunity (search).
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
The report is out, and investigators say a flawed NASA culture led to the Columbia tragedy. Retired NASA engineer Homer Hickam says the problem lies within the shuttle itself. He'll join us from Huntsville, Alabama.
Saudi Arabia is offering a helping hand in the war on terror. Can this gesture of cooperation be taken at face value? Simon Henderson will weigh in from London. He's the author of After King Fahd: Succession in Saudi Arabia.
A scathing report finds that a flawed NASA culture is to blame for the Columbia shuttle disaster, and more tragedies will happen without extensive changes to the space agency. What can be done to prevent another devastating loss? Former astronaut, Sen. Bill Nelson will fill us in.
Diplomatic talks are set to begin today to deal with the nuclear crisis in North Korea. Meanwhile, inspectors have found arms-grade uranium at an Iranian plant. Les Paldy, a U.S. arms control specialist, will be here to discuss the matter with us.
Can money buy you freedom? Yes, if you're O.J. Simpson (search) . He says without cash to pay for a "dream team," he would have been acquitted of murder charges. Will Kobe Bryant have to take the same route? Attorney Debra Opri will be here to explain.
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